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Did you get this problem fixed? I recently OCed my E6600 on an MSI 965 Platinum to 3.2GHz and it is super stable and with good temps even on stock cooling.

The option that made all the difference to me was adding a lot of Voltage to the CPU core. I had to set the value into the red in my bios and bring my voltage up to 1.42 ish. The options you are looking for should be named

Add CPU voltage

and for the North Bridge.

Adjust NB Voltage

I currently have my cpu voltage added @ 0.1375 taking my core voltage to 1.416. I can't tell you the huge difference this single change made to my overclocking attempts. My FSB is just over 350, RAM at 4-4-4-12 and everything is ticking over nicely. I've hit my limit really because I need a better cooler. If you have any more questions then gimmie a shout. I also started a thread

http://www.overclock.net/intel-gener...next-step.html

with a similar spec system but I've yet to post up my final screenshots as I have some minor tweaking to do. This was also my learning experience so a lot of what I was doing was unnecessary! Be warned! In the end all I found I had to do was add CPU voltage and bump up the FSB and I got great results.

Good luck!
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
320GB 7,200 RPM DVD RW Win XP: SP2 Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 900u 
PowerCase
Corsair HX 520W Cooler Master Mystique 
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